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BEN

Abbreviation for:
Balkan endemic nephropathy
benzene
Birmingham East and North PCT (Medspeak-UK)
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Benes and his colleagues from Purdue and Adobe Systems Inc.
8) During the 1976 campaign, Jimmy Carter appointed a Cuban exile, Miami's Bernardo Benes, as Florida Director of Hispanic Affairs.
Honza Benes, 42, and his father, Ivan, 71, stroll aimlessly around greater Prague, now and then dropping into a pub, during a long day spent "going out for a beer:' Neither is married, and though Ivan, now retired, sporadically refers to his having once been a research scientist, calling out the Latin names of flora and fauna they encounter, we never learn where Honza works.
Thomas Benes, director of the Navy's expeditionary warfare division, said there is a need for boats that are larger than the riverine units' 40-foot boats but smaller than the 400-foot littoral combat ship.
Acolytes for the service were Anna Claire Benes and Elizabeth Catherine Walthall of Birmingham, Alabama.
And in the same year where did Eduard Benes succeeded Masaryk as president?
Benes recently developed a revolutionary Peer Influence Selling Strategy for Monsanto that identified key peer producers and used their feedback and experience with YieldGard VT Triple corn to strengthen marketing efforts.
After resigning in 1938 as president of Czechoslovakia, Edvard Benes left his country and established a Czechoslovak government-in-exile in London.
After spending most of his life in Italy, a gray-haired gent named Benes (Josef Abrham) returns to the Czech Republic to dispose of some family property.
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The Rangers flyer's agent, Ivan Marko Benes, last night admitted the player has yet to make a decision about where he will play next season.
The Denmark international has been the subject of Fratton Park interest, according to the player's agent, Ivan Benes.